Welcome to Give HOPE a Ride

New Mexico’s Nonprofit Vehicle
Donation Program™

DO YOU HAVE A VEHICLE TO DONATE?

and follow one of the online donation links.

Casa Esperanza, Inc. began with the vision of the UNM Cancer Center Board of Advisors and the Realtor Association of New Mexico. Founded April 9, 1987 as a 501(c)3 tax-exempt charitable organization, Casa Esperanza began raising funds to build an independent nonprofit home to house families who are referred to Albuquerque for cancer treatment, regardless of their financial situation. The original sponsors were joined in 1990 by BUILD New Mexico, and their combined efforts resulted in completion of our home in February 1992.


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Auctions are Held the Second Saturday of every Month:

Our Next Auction is Scheduled for December 9, 2017

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Need an Inventory List?

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Before attending our auction, please visit our FAQ page for complete auction rules and buyer information.

GIVE HOPE A RIDE IS A FAST, EASY VEHICLE DONATION PROGRAM SERVING NEW MEXICO.
BECAUSE WE MANAGE OUR OWN VEHICLE DONATION PROGRAM,
MORE OF YOUR VEHICLE’S SELLING PRICE GOES TO THE CASA ESPERANZA FAMILIES!

When you donate your vehicle through Give Hope a Ride, you:

Help Casa Esperanza families and other agencies in Albuquerque raise money for the important services they provide in the community.

Qualify for an IRS tax deduction.

Get free vehicle pick-up regardless of your vehicle’s condition or just drive it in and drop it off.

Resources for Donors

In addition to providing answers to common questions on our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page, we want to give you access to information from other sources that can help you with your decision to donate a vehicle to one of our nonprofit partners. Here are some links that we believe have useful information about vehicle donations and values.

LATEST NEWS & ARTICLES

  • Annual Report

    Our Mission Casa Esperanza – New Mexico’s “House of Hope” supporting families facing cancer and other serious medical needs For more information and to ...

  • FAMILY STORIES

    “Working for a nonprofit is hard work,” says Chrisann Gray, “but it’s great to know that you are really helping people that need help in the community....

  • Newsletter & Volunteer Opportunities

    Casa Esperanza – Newsletter & Volunteer Opportunities...

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